Is Android development definitively dead on Eclipse?

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    sblantipodi
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    As title.

    I know that Google stopped the “official support” to ADT for Eclispe but is Android development definitively dead on Eclipse?

    I can’t believe that there is no way to develop on Eclipse anymore.

    Is there some plan to add this support “on the genuitec side” inside MyEclipse?
    It could be awesome for Eclipse users to return to Eclipse for Android development.

    #592976 Reply

    Brian Fernandes
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    Davide,

    I know, it’s sad, but to the best of my knowledge, you can’t develop native Android applications with Eclipse anymore.

    At Genuitec, MyEclipse has included a couple of Mobile app development solutions, but unfortunately they had to be discontinued – you can read about them here: https://www.genuitec.com/forums/topic/phonegap-support-in-myeclipse-2016/

    What you should still be able to do with Eclipse, is hybrid application development, the above link has some tips.

    Hope this helps!

    #593091 Reply

    sblantipodi
    Participant

    Hi Brian thanks for the answer.
    Ok you confirm the sad truth.

    I just hoped that someone forked the google ADT tools and continued it in some ways…

    Thanks.
    Davide

    #630102 Reply

    remontvfds
    Participant

    Fantasy 🙂

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